Printing and Storage Suggestions of Dye Sublimation Transfer Paper

                        Printing and Storage Suggestions of Dye Sublimation Transfer Paper

dye sublimation transfer paper

    Unpack the wrapping vinyl one day prior to printing in the printing room to acclimatize. Image side

could be wounded by the outside of the roll. So, make adequate size of image for the paper width. The

printed paper should be sufficiently dry before the transfer. Our paper has excellent performance of

holding inks even at the high speed printing mode.

Printer and Ink Compatibility:

    Our paper has been tested and work successfully on the most famous brands of inkjet printing

systems equipped with dye sublimation inks. All Pieze Electric Drop on Demand printers like Epson,

Mimaki, Mutoh and Roland printers have provided really excellent results with our paper.

Printer Setting:

    Recommend a Heavy Coated Paper print mode for all printer brands and models. Do not

oversaturate the paper. Use ICC Profiles to optimize your particular printer/ink/RIP setup.

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Press Setting:

    Recommend a little more pressure and temperature in 100gsm sticky pressing. Pressing time and

temperature shall be differently applied in accordance with the substances. It is also important to

check the quality of heat transfer press machine.

Material Storage:

    Dye sublimation transfer paper is mostly very week against moisture. To protect unused papers, it

is recommended to store the papers in its original packaging with inner poly bag at 59-86degree F /

15-30degree C and 30-50% RH.

    Sublimation, It is the method of applying a dye printed image to a specially coated surface like

ceramics, metals and polyester cloth, using three main ingredients: sublimation ink, transfer paper,

heat and pressure.
sublimation paper roll
    The dye sublimation printing process is used to print on polyester or other synthetic fabrics. It is

used for applications such as T-shirts, banners, table covers, id cards, sportswear and flags. The dye

sublimation inks are a pigment suspended in a liquid solvent, like water. The images are initially

printed on coated heat-resistant dye sublimation transfer paper as a reverse image of the final design,

which is then transferred onto polyester fabric in a heat press operating at a temperature around 180

to 210 C (375 F). Under high temperature and pressure, the dye turns into a gas and permeates the

fabric and then solidifies into its fibers. The fabric is permanently dyed so it can be washed without

damaging the quality of the image.

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